Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Spicy Boxing Chicken with a Chili and Lime Dipping Sauce

Food blogging has been such a wonderful experience for me and having an opportunity to host a fellow blogger is icing on the top.  I was delighted when Suresh from 3 Hungry Tummies www.3hungrytummies.blogspot.com  agreed to showcase one of his dishes on Tomatoes on the Vine.  He has a creative cooking style that focuses on fresh simple ingredients to create mouth pleasing flavors.

Please welcome Suresh! Take the time to visit his blog and say hello.

When my new blogger friend Velva from Tomatoes on the Vine asked me to do a guest post for her beautiful blog, I jumped at the opportunity. To repay such an honour given to me; I thought I should make something special that she would love of course, thus the birth of Spicy Boxing Chicken with chili and lime dipping sauce.

This is a perfect as a beer snack, finger food for your next party or as part of your next Thai meal.


Spicy Boxing Chicken with a Chili and Lime Dipping Sauce 
Recipe from 3 Hungry Tummies

Ingredients:
1 kg of chicken wings
4 garlic cloves, roughly chopped
4 coriander roots, roughly chopped
small knob of ginger, roughly chopped
Tablespoon of fish sauce
Tablespoon oyster sauce
dash of white pepper
rice flour for dusting
peanut oil for frying

Chili and Lime Dipping Sauce
5 garlic cloves, roughly chopped
2 coriander roots, roughly chopped
4 bird chilies, roughly chopped
2 shallots, roughly chopped
2 tablespoon of white sugar
2 tablespoon of fish sauce
juice of 2 limes

Directions:
First prepare marinade by pounding the chopped ingredients till a rough paste is achieved, set aside. Next separate the wings into two parts; with a sharp knife cut around the thin end of the drumette until the skin is sinew and is separated from the bone, pull the mat down with the help of a knife if needed, and you get a little chicken lollipop.

With the winglets;  loosen the two thin bones with a sharp knife then pull the bones out, pull the meat down to the wing tip end. Marinate the chicken pieces wth the prepared paste, fish sauce, oyster sauce and white pepper for at least one hour.

Dust the marinated chicken pieces with rice flour and fry in batches until golden and crispy.

For the dipping sauce; pound chopped ingredients to a rough paste then mix in the sugar, fish sauce and lime juice. Check for seasoning, it should taste sweet, sour , hot and salty. The sauce can be stored in the refrigerator for up to one week.

Serve fried chicken pieces on a large platter with the dipping sauce.
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66 comments:

Joanne said...

Awesome guest post! I love the name of this chicken but more than that, I love the sound of that sauce! I am all about dips recently...totally going to have to try this!

Bo said...

3 hungry tummies is one of my favorite blogs!

Kathy said...

What a great recipe, looks delicious and perfect for a party. I have just been enjoying your past recipes and food photos Velva. Kathy.

KL girl in MELB said...

From 3hungrytummies, exploring your blog now :)

Susan Fields said...

Yum - that looks delicious! Thanks for the awesome guest post, Suresh and Velva. That sauce sounds fantastic.

Tricia F said...

From the tummies, you have a great blog here! :)

Sinful Southern Sweets said...

Looks yummy!!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

You're right. Perfect for finger food at your next party. Gorgeous photo too.
Sam

Anncoo said...

I love to read 3hungrytummies' blog. Always cook delicious food.

rosa said...

Arriving from 3hungrytummies, I'm off to explore your blog now :)

Vrinda said...

Gr8 recipe and lovely sauce

Claudia said...

I concur that this is a grand recipe - and oh my - I do love that sauce. Fresh! A way to segue into spring eating.... but slowly.

George Gaston said...

Suresh, welcome to Velva's wonderful blog! She has a creative style that we all enjoy, so I know your spicy chicken appetizer will be a hit.

Can't wait to give it try and I look forward to browsing through "3 Hungry Tummies" for more delicious recipes.

Many thanks Velva for introducing Suresh...

Astra Libris said...

Positively gorgeous! Such a wonderful and tantalizing guest post!

Kim said...

This looks like a wonderful spicy treat! I'm heading over to check out Suresh's site now!

Bridgett said...

Wow, how absolutely addictive!

Lea Ann said...

Wow, that looks great.

Denise said...

Off to check out 3 hungry tummies....this recipe looks/sounds amazing!! bookmarking it now. YUM!

Trish said...

A terrific guest post. I think guest posts are a wonderful idea and allow us to all get to know one another. Great little recipe and now I am off to check out Suresh's site!

The Cooking Photographer said...

Beer snack finger food, oh yeah! I am so there.

Sage said...

What an amazing recipe!Gotta goo chekc out 3hungrytummies'. love your posts.
Rita

buffalodick said...

You make that, and I will eat it! Hard to eat with your mouth closed, when you're smiling!

Bob said...

Now that's how I like my wings. Awesome.

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Yum, I absolutely love Thai flavours.. and chicken wings! Delicious.

5 Star Foodie said...

Such fantastic flavors in the chili and lime sauce! An awesome dish!

Gulmohar said...

Great post..Delicious wings would make a perfect starter

Chef E said...

Oh girl the food at your house is just out of this world! I have to make some wings and soon!

That dipping sauce, can you make a bubble bath out of it and call me a leg/wine combo! *dip dip* Ohhh, and do not forget the cocktail!

lakeviewer said...

Can't wait to try it!

msmeanie said...

I bet my bf would love this. Looks awesome!

LMH said...

From the tummies, I'm going to explore your wonderful blog now :)

teresa said...

what a great post! i can't wait to try this. so nice to meet you!

Erica said...

Wonderful guest post! That looks delicious!

Mimi said...

Thanks for an awesome guest post. Love the wings and dipping sauce.
Mimi

Jessica {The Novice Chef} said...

Sounds delicious!

doggybloggy said...

spicy crunchy chicken goodness

Sandi said...

that looks wonderful Velva....really delicious but where would I find coriander roots....LOL!!!

Mikki said...

How fun and what a great way to meet up with bloggers.. over great food!!

tasteofbeirut said...

Great recipe! I would love to eat it! NOW!

Foodie with Little Thyme! said...

Looks yummy. I take some and one of those beers he talked about too!
Going to check out his blog now.

Chey can cook! (and more) said...

Welcome! Awesome recipe and post!

Hungry Dog said...

Wow, this looks absolutely delicious! Nice guest post!

3 hungry tummies said...

Hi Velva,
Thank you again for having me to be part of you wonderful blog. They are many of your reader visiting my blog, this is almost like exchanging your favourite book :)
It has been a wonderful experience for me :)
Suresh x

Mags said...

you had me at chicken wings Suresh.... thanks for posting this recipe!

Yasmin said...

From the tummies :) I'll be back to explore your blog!

All Our Fingers in the Pie said...

These look delicious! I am thoroughly enjoying my cocoa roast almonds! Thanks again.

The Absence of Alternatives said...

Looks, sounds, delicious. I am curious about the name "boxing chicken". Hungry now...

Fresh Local and Best said...

I adore 3 Hungry Tummies recipes, the flavors are always bright and exciting! Love these spicy chicken wings!

A Year on the Grill said...

OHHH, sooo good looking. Chicken everywhere here, so i will be stealing this soon

sorry I haven't been around for awhile, I moved to the US Virgin Islands (I still giggle when I say that) for six months, and it is taking awhile to get settled. But i do think I am caught up, and will be back with new postings...

Come take a look at my new blogs of Island life!

Lori Lynn said...

Looks fabulous! I want to try that sauce with fish!
LL

Faith said...

What a lovely guest post! That chicken looks really incredible, especially with that flavorful sauce!

Chow and Chatter said...

wow love Sureshs blog great guest post yummy as ever
LOL Rebecca

Julie said...

Very nice...looks delicious!

Vanillastrawberryspringfields said...

This is delight full and Joanne being ur sweetfren too, am inviting u here for her little party(its her birthday dear -i know that u know dear) which is a suprise party for her ...do leave her a wish in the sprinkles ok.....my feeds arent working so am trying my best to find all her pals to leave her a wish in the sprinkles before she gets there or even after....will ya help too to make it a little sucess....and leave her a wish too?

http://vanillastrawberryspringfields.blogspot.com/2010/02/joannes-birthday-middle-eastern-chicken.html?showComment

Heavenly Housewife said...

Ooooh yummy... i could sit down with a plate of these and they would be gone in no time.
*kisses* HH

Miss Meat and Potatoes said...

Every flavor and spice I adore rolled into one dish. Makes me want to fry up a batch for a party for a new twist on finger food. Thanks for sharing!

http://meatandpotatoesfoodie.blogspot.com/

Dishesdone said...

Great guest post! The chicken looks amazing, as does the dipping sauce! Saving this one! The flavors together sound so good! THANKS :)

Devon said...

Hey Velva,
I love Suresh's blog. Thanks for stopping by to check on me. I went into a state of paralysis for a second, but I'm back.

Simply Life said...

yum! what a flavorful dish!

Jen_from_NJ said...

Wow, Suresh's chicken looks just delicious! I will be checking out his blog. Good job on the guest post!

Catherine said...

This chicken is absolutely mouth watering Velva! And lemon parfaits you made look out of this world scrumptious!

Karen Harris said...

Great recipes and photos Velva and Suresh! Thanks for introducing us to Suresh. I can't wait to visit his blog.

The Duo Dishes said...

Everything about this looks awesome, most especially that sauce. This would work with fish as well.

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said...

That looks fantastic!! Yummmmmmmmm!!!

Katy ~ said...

Suresh, how lovely to meet you! Velva, you know the nicest people.

Tantalizing, mouthwatering recipe. Thank you for sharing this. Big YUMS up!

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